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    The FCC Rolls Back Regulations on Net Neutrality

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    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan will talk about the FCC's vote to repeal regulations from 2015 related to net neutrality. They will also discuss the education system, tax reform, and are joined in-studio by a special guest to have a conversation about public policy regarding marijuana.

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan will talk about the FCC's vote to repeal regulations from 2015 related to net neutrality. They will also discuss the education system, tax reform, and are joined in-studio by a special guest to have a conversation about public policy regarding marijuana.

    Scheduled Guests: (Show 7-10 AM ET)

    Joshua Wright — Former FTC Commissioner and Current Antitrust Professor at George Mason Law | Topic: Net Neutrality and the FCC

    Ariel Gold — Co-director CODEPINK, Runs campaigns for Palestinian Rights. Topic: Trump Moving US Embassy to Jerusalem

    Vanessa Favier — Co-Chair of Events for UDC David A Clarke law school Latinix Law Students Association | Topic: Public Policy Law

    Kristin Tate — Author and Opinion Contributor for The Hill | Topic: The Evolution of Feminism in American Politics

    Steve Shaff — Sustainable business entrepreneur, People Demanding Action board member | Topic: Best policies for sustainable economics

    William Angolia — DC Canna Club in studio | Topic: Cannabis Policy

    Michael Krieger — Founder of LibertyBlitzkrieg.com | Topic: The Education System

    With the FCC's repeal of Obama era regulations related to net neutrality, many individuals are in a frenzy, but the facts remain cloudy. Former commissioner of the FTC, Joshua Wright, joins the program to talk about the FCC's decision.

    The current American educational system is ripe for criticism. Regular Fault Lines guest Michael Krieger gives his thoughts on the topic. How should Americans be viewing education and how should they decide what is the best way to educate rather than indoctrinate their children.

    Garland and Lee are also joined in-studio by William Angolia to have a conversation about public policy on marijuana. As more states move towards legalization, how will this issue continue to evolve in the coming years?

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